Friday, 4 December 2015

Henry Boon

Henry Boon is a prolific Norwich artist, his quirky illustrations can be seen on Tropico flyers, on the window of Dogfish and even on the streets. He uses digital media with incredible precision, and his observations of people and the world around him are brutally honest yet jovial.
I love Boon's style, it's distinctive, and that gets him noticed, he recently painted a wall on  a Magdalen Street alleyway, with the help of 'Get Walls'. It depicts a canary loving local, see if you can spot it next time you're down that way. He is also known to paint in the Grapes Hill underpass on occasion, his designs always look fresh and stand out from the typical graffiti style.
Boon is available for commissions; digital or paint, his recent works include some delightful acrylic paintings of ladies in profile, I really rather want one. He has exhibited in group exhibitions like Moosey Art's 'Art in My Mouth', I'd like to see a solo show in the future though. Keep up the good work Henry!


Ruth
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